CONTENTS PART I GENERAL ETHICS Introduction Pages 1-7 Thesis I. Every agent works unto an end. This end is truly a cause. The will in all its deliberate movements has some definite last end, whether strictly or relatively such Pages 7-18 Thesis II. Man of his very nature desires complete happiness. Complete happiness is man's absolutely last end subjectively taken. This natural desire must be possible of fulfillment. No created good can secure to man complete happiness. The possession of God is... Topics: Ethics, Textbook
CONTENTS. Introduction — Definition and Division of Logic 3 A. The Agent 7 I. Definition of the Agent. II. Powers of the soul. III. Powers of the intellect. IV. Action of the intellect 9 B. The Act of the Agent 15 CHAPTER I. I. Definition of the act. II. Division of the act. III. Matter of the act. IV. Definition of terms. V. Division of terms 17 CHAPTER II. VI. Definition of propositions. VII. Division of propositions. VIII. Properties of propositions 21 CHAPTER III. IX, Form of the Act of... Topics: Textbook, Logic
The Chem1 Virtual Textbook (C1VT) is a free, Web-based resource for General Chemistry, aimed mainly at the first-year university level. It should also be accessible to advanced high school courses, and helpful as review material for students in more advanced courses in chemistry, biology, geology, and engineering. As a "reference textbook" , C1VT offers a more comprehensive, organized, and measured approach than is found in most standard textbooks, which typically contains around... Topics: chemistry, general chemistry, textbook, online textbook
Calculus-Based Physics I is volume I of a free on-line two-volume introductory physics textbook available in both pdf and editable word processor document form. Calculus-Based Physics I is also available from LuLu.com as a black-and-white paperback book at the cost of production plus shipping. Ancillary materials provided at the Calculus-Based Physics web site http://www.anselm.edu/internet/physics/cbphysics/index.html include conceptual physics question slides, on-line quizzes with extensive... Topic: calculus-based, physics, textbook
Eight college listening texts were selected and evaluated by the following criteria: organization, supporting material, and readability. Text organization was assessed by preface material, table of contents, index, and references. Text supporting material was evaluated by the use of hard data, soft data, visual aids, and bibliographies. Text readability was judged by transitions, tone, visual structure, and reading level. Worksheets were developed for each of the criteria, and numerical scores... Topics: ERIC Archive, College Students, Higher Education, Listening, Readability, Textbook Content,...